Technical Conference 2022 | March 9-11, Budapest, Hungary

Technical Conference 2022 | March 9-11, Budapest, Hungary

Managing & Tax Director Peter Griffiths is attending the Technical Conference 2022, an invitation made possible by PrimeGlobal, one of the largest independent accounting associations in the world, to its members.

All this is happening in Budapest, Hungary where the accounting and advisory community is focused on the most pressing issues facing the accounting profession.

There is a lively discussion going on about the potential synergies, challenges and opportunities that accounting firms within Southern Europe are facing and Peter Griffiths, as the Council member of Prime Global Southern European region is guiding the discussion. Managing partners are sharing ideas and peer-to-peer knowledge. Other European regions are following suit and doing the same with their own break-out sessions with their respective Council members. Thereafter, the whole delegates will join forces in proceeding with the conference as per its agenda including much needed networking.

The agenda includes such topics like:

  • Technical updates from leading experts in the accounting profession;
  • Redefining the CPA relationship:

this is about how the accountancy profession has an excellent opportunity to benefit from the digital transformation that is taking place in society today. The role of professional accountants as trusted advisors combined with digital companies opens new opportunities and business areas;

  • Transfer pricing; and
  • Relevant topics in accounting.

We will keep you posted with future updates in the coming days.

Business Publications:

  • Corporate Tax in Malta – an overview 2022

    The corporate tax rate in Malta is set at 35% and companies incorporated in Malta are subjected to tax in Malta on their worldwide income. However, Malta offers a highly efficient fiscal regime that eliminates double taxation on taxed company profits distributed as dividends.

  • VAT (Value Added Tax) in Malta | Guide 2022

    Need help with your Malta VAT compliance? Griffiths + Associates has a range of solutions that can help your business depending on where and how you trade.

  • Capital Gains Tax Malta 2022 & Property Transfer Tax in Malta

    The transfer of immovable property in Malta is subject to the Property Transfer Tax instead of capital gains tax. We have a team of tax advisors who are capable of deftly handling all the complexities of capital gains tax in Malta and property transfer tax Malta.

  • Taxation system in Malta 2022 – Expert Advice

    Tax system in Malta: take a dive into Malta taxation for individuals and businesses: tax benefits, Indirect taxes and Direct taxes in Malta. Expert Tax Advice.

  • How To Start A Business In Malta 2022-2023 | A Step By Step Guide

    Our company assists you in opening a business in Malta or you can buy a business. We have prepared the Guide “How to start a business in Malta”

  • Malta Budget 2022

    How will the new Budget 2022 measures impact you and your business? Our comprehensive summary offers a look into the salient points of the new Budget document

  • Malta Yacht Leasing – Vat Issues 2022

    Guidelines on the VAT treatment for pleasure yacht leasing in Malta 2022. It opens the possibility for the yacht owners to benefit from VAT optimization.

  • Yacht and ship registration procedure under Malta flag 2022

    Ship Registration Procedure in Malta is very simple and straight forward provided all documentation is in order: commercial ships, yacht, superyacht and vessel.

  • Company registration Malta | Fees, taxes and process 2022

    Let’s talk frankly about company registration in Malta. We are going to look at the current state of affairs, important issues that merit attention and mistakes that should definitely not be made.
    It’s all over the Internet advertising such “Do you want to register your company in Malta?”, “Start your business with the one of the best tax-rates in Europe and little paperwork” or “Malta company formation – Register a business in 5 days” – most of such content is about hypothetical possibilities, half-truths, and questionable tax tricks.
    So let us begin discussing “Company formation in Malta”, with what’s most important.